Monthly Archives: May 2013

Gold Looking Good, BoJ Panic Disintegration, and Big Test Now for US Markets

In this podcast (recorded Thursday evening) Lee Adler andRuss Winter discuss the week’s developments in the stock, bond and precious metals market, with an eye on the actions of the Bank of Japan, and the huge test of massive Treasury…

Fed Is A Toddler Throwing Tantrums, Japan in Financial Meltdown

In this podcast (recorded Thursday evening) Lee Adler tellsRuss Winter that the Fed’s communication policy is little more than 2 year olds throwing tantrums. Russ discusses Japan’s crackup boom, and the bullish repositioning of the gold bullion banks, and Lee…

Cash vs. Futures Arbitrage and Squeeze Potential in Gold After Bottom Setup – Free Podcast

In this podcast (recorded Monday afternoon) Russ Winter tells Lee Adler that a shortage of physical gold at the Comex and no real price discovery means that gold and silver prices should soar. Lee says the technical picture on gold…

The Disappearance of Physical Gold And The Importance of Economic Indicators

In this podcast (recorded Thursday afternoon) Lee Adler tellsRuss Winter what this week’s unemployment claims data really means, and the outlook for stocks in light of it. Russ discusses the implications of the failure of physical gold to be delivered…

Is Borrowing To Buy Ponzi Units Now At Unsustainable Extreme

In this podcast (recorded after the close on Monday) Lee Adler and Russ Winter discuss whether the Merrill Lynch chart showing extreme NYSE margin balances represents the warning signal that it’s purported to be. They talk about whether gold is…

Fed Policy Gets Results, Mostly the Wrong Kind

In this belated posting (recorded Thursday evening) Lee Adler discusses what he expected from the jobs report and market reaction and he and Russ Winter talk about the distortions caused by Fed policy as it impacts housing and industrial materials. Lee gives…